Alaska Film Archives

[KTVF miscellaneous short clips, commercial out-takes]
[KTVF miscellaneous short clips, commercial out-takes]
Some segments of film contain audio, and others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on the original film are given here in parentheses. Footage includes women and a scuba diver in a hot tub for commercial (silent and sound) (segment titled "Scandia") (undated), a man talking about Steve Cowper for a political commercial, a "Steve Cowper State House" bumper sticker (silent and sound) (undated), interior views of a grocery store (silent) (segment titled North Pole Market Basket) (undated), a reporter asking interview questions to a legislator (sound) (undated), interior views of the Fairbanks North Star Borough Public Library including a short clip of artist Bill Berry painting the children's mural (silent) (undated), a man in a hotel room ordering room service (silent) (segment titled "Gary Russell") (undated), views of a raft race on the Tanana River (silent) (undated), Equinox Marathon participants running and walking up a hillside at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, a reporter talking about a course record set by Chris Haines (sound) (1970), crazy shoppers at the Pantry Market for a commercial, views of downtown Fairbanks (silent) (segment titled "Pantry Market") (undated), interior and exterior views of Mt. McKinley Mutual Savings Bank (silent) (undated), grocery store scenes (silent) (January 31, 1976), a man talking about RCA developments that improve the broadcast quality of film (sound) (undated), exterior and interior views of the FMUS Chena Power Plant (silent) (undated), men and women speaking on behalf of Steve Cowper (silent and sound) (undated), Jay Hammond being interviewed about gas line issues, D-2 lands, Bowhead whale hunting, and other topics (sound) (undated), dog mushers racing on trails (silent) (undated), women in a hot tub for a Scandia commercial (silent) (undated), 1972 Midnight Sun 600 snowmachine race racers arriving in Nenana on January 26, 1972 (silent) (undated), snowy Fairbanks streets, people shoveling snow (silent) (undated), and snowy scenes (silent) (January 24, 1971).
[KTVF news stories, commercial outtakes, hang-gliding]
[KTVF news stories, commercial outtakes, hang-gliding]
Some segments of film contain a soundtrack, and others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on original film are given here in parentheses. This film contains outtake scenes from local Fairbanks commercials (title of segment is "Bloopers") (undated) (sound), views of a Winnebago vehicle equipped with broadcast gear and advertisements for Jim Thompson Ford driving around Fairbanks (segment is titled "Mini Winnie") (undated) (sound), time-lapse views of KTVF staff at work (segment is titled "Our Staff") (undated) (silent), a bride and groom, humorous scenes of a man on skis, an interview with a man at a softball game (untitled and undated segment) (silent and sound), and hang-gliders attempting to get airborne (August 27, 1975) (sound).
[KTVF news stories, Ted Stevens speech, Fort Wainwright, ice-fishing]
[KTVF news stories, Ted Stevens speech, Fort Wainwright, ice-fishing]
Some segments of film contain audio, and others are silent. Specific dates and other information noted on the original film are given here in parentheses. The footage includes students and staff at the University of Alaska Fairbanks being interviewed about the possible granting of a liquor license to the UAF Pub on campus, a view of a sign encouraging people to write letters of support for a pub (undated) (sound), Senator Ted Stevens speaking about land claims issues (March 25, no year listed) (sound), firefighters fighting a fire (segment titled "House Fire") (undated) (silent), firefighters battling a nighttime blaze (segment titled "Sigwold Fire") (undated) (silent), several Fairbanks businessmen being interviewed about troop cutbacks at Fort Wainwright and possible impacts to the Fairbanks economy (segment titled "CARP/Fort Wainwright Reaction") (undated) (sound), a reporter interviewing men and women about a Model U.N. (undated) (sound), people being interviewed about the training of enumerators for Alaska villages, interviews about the process of Native Enrollment in Alaska (March 30, no year listed) (sound), men and women being interviewed about school budget issues (segment titled "CARP/School Budget") (undated) (sound), a man being interviewed about a direct distance dialing system for out-of-state phone calls from Fairbanks (segment titled "Chiei [?] - RCA") (undated) (sound), ice fishing techniques being demonstrated on snow-covered lake (segment titled "KTVF Sports Special: Maureen Chipman-Cerny [?]") (undated) (silent), race boats on a river (undated) (silent), automobiles racing on a track (undated) (silent), a man in a granny costume goes to a knitting supply store in commercial for The Knitting Center (segment titled "Granny Hamme series - Alaska Press Club Category #37 - Entrant Gary B. Miller Chief Photographer KTVF") (undated) (silent), a man in a Santa suit and scuba gear diving into a pool, scenes of a military radar station, and military jets tracking Santa's location (segment titled "Swimming Santa/Tracking Santa") (undated) (silent).